Connec Wholesale* Investment
Live Investor Briefing
Register for an Upcoming Webcast
Please join Connec Chairman Kim Manley for an investor briefing.
In the session, Kim will discuss:
- How Connec’s safer and more economical systems can disrupt the potential $4.4 billion global market
- The significance of Anglo American and how it can accelerate the commercialisation of Connec’s technology
- Details of this opportunity and how it will assist with Connec’s plan to attract potential strategic partners
This is a live and interactive online session, and participants are encouraged to ask questions. Spots are limited, so secure yours today.
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*Wholesale 708 Sophisticated Investors are individuals or entities who generally qualify under Sections 708(8) and s761G(7) of the Corporations Act based on the gross income and/or net assets test verified by a qualified accountant.
- A gross income of $250,000 or more per annum in each of the previous two financial years; or
- Net assets of at least $2.5 million; and
- A verified Qualified Accountant’s certificate given no more than two (2) years ago confirming the Sophisticated Investor status. Please refer to the Corporations Act: Specifically Section 708(08) and Section s761G(7)
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